The Arch is very, very tall. I say that if you go under it and you can go up.
The Arc De Triomphe. its a huge arch in the middle of a traffic circle and there's a museum inside it and you can stand on top of it. unfortunately i didn't get to go inside it but i still saw it in person :)
You need a No. 52, direction Parc de St-Cloud.
Yes; it's a national monument, and there are both stairs and elevator
The Carousel triumphal arch would be the English translation. The French word carroussel indicated a circular place to train horses, which gave its name to the English carousel (a merry-go-round originally fitted with wooden horses).
You cannot get married in the Arc de Triomphe, no more than you could in Buckingham Palace or in the White House. You have to go to a town hall for getting married. But you are free to have your picture taken in front of it if you want to, assuming you don't disturb traffic or the Arc operations.
It depends of where you are, but generally you can go by the metro or just walk through the Champs Elysée!
The longest span an arch bridge can go is relevent to the radius of the arch.
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Follow link to the French national monuments website, ticketting page (English).
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Yes, there is a pedestrian passageway (hopefully) from the upper end of the Champs-Elysees avenue, and from the "avenue de la Grande ArmÃ©e" located on the opposite side, leading underground to the Arc.
You can go to the top of the arch and see the whole city of st.louis
With difficulty! go in thru the wheel arch after removing the arch cover.
The Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri is a monument representing expansion to the west. People can go up to the top of the Arch and view the city.
Cars cannot go through the Arc. It sits on the middle of a large roundabout, and you have to go round when driving. There is a circle of one hundred stones protecting the centre, which is a pedestrian zone and host the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. You can get there by foot using the pedestrian tunnel from the upper end of the Champs-Elysees or from the Avenue de la Grande ArmÃ©e.
the strengths of a arch bridges is that it is made in a shape that holds up more and for boats to go under
You can either go buy an expensive shoe to help with your low arch issue, or you can buy a sole that will go into a cheap shoe. I recommend the second option.
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The main attraction in Paris is the Eiffel Tower. An iron tower 324 Metres high that you can walk up or go up in a lift. There is also the Champs Elysees (a shopping road), the Arc de Triomphe and the Needle of cleopatra.
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There are different ways to go from Champ de Mars (the Eiffel tower) to the Arc de triomphe: using the underground, the bus or walking. - Using the underground: go to Bir-Hakeim bridge, 150 metres down the river, and step in Metro line 6 towards Charles-de-Gaulle - Ã©toile. Step out there. - By bus: at the tower, take the bus line 82, change at BoissiÃ¨re for line 22 or line 30. Or go by foot to Place du TrocadÃ©ro on the other side of the river (3 minutes walk from the Eiffel tower), and board directly in a 22 or 30 bus. - Walking all the way (1.2 mile / 1.9 kilometre): Cross the Seine river from the Eiffel tower, follow Avenue d'IÃ©na (second right) all the way to the Arc. This will take about 20 minutes.
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